I bought a Underwater Kinetics C4 eLed from a friend of our local diving club The Abyss
The item was new in his box.
It is really nice, light and bright….. I am waiting to find some time for a night dive to test it.
I am a fun of Underwater Kinetics lights, but of course we cannot compare them to Kowalski Xenon lights…. but the eLed is a good light anyway
Hmmm, a kernel release…
So ? Just another kernel release ?
Should i upgrade ?
No, wait for a few days. Everything works ok with 2.6.13
These are the usual questions after a kernel release 🙂
This time since it was a weekend i want to give a try.
The ipw2100 make it way to the kernel tree. Nice no more another compile for my wireless laptop network card to work.
The vesafb-tng patches works ok with the new kernel. Nice i will not miss my 1024×768 terminal 🙂
The suspend2 team hasn’t release a new version so it will stay a couple of days ( maybe a week) with out hibernation.
The vmware needs the usual vmware-any-any-update 🙂
It took me a couple of hours but everything is running smoothly.
Nice work kernel guys
Reading slashdot is nice. I could have missed the birtday of OpenBSD 🙂
10 years have passed since Theo de Raadt did the commit of his Makefile into the CVS
Happy birthday OpenBSD
Some times Microsoft does good work on hardware. That is keyboards and mouse.
The problem is that they do it in their own way => Friendly for the user. Or as they think that is friendly 🙂
On the office keyboards the Function keys has been replaced by functions eg Help,Undo,Redo,New etc.
But i don’t want to press the F-lock every time i do an Alt-F4 to close the window.
If you want to invert the f-lock download and import the registry fix from the following site http://www.mvps.org/jtsang/flock.html
Finally….. Pressing Alt-F4 works 🙂